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One App Gave This Gourmet Food Company the Tech Reboot it Needed…

This story appears in the December 2016 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Reader Resource Get the working capital your business needs–learn more about Entrepreneur Lending, powered by CAN Capital » When Janice Whiting purchased Gourmet Dreams in 2004, the meal-delivery and catering business was still using a manual credit card ...

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3 Reasons Why Your Website Needs an SEO Audit…

Most of the time when we hear the word “audit,” our minds immediately picture run-ins with the IRS, unsavory tax attorneys and boxes of old business receipts. But, don’t panic! Because not all audits are the same. Related: These 9 SEO Tips Are All You’ll Ever Need to Rank in Google ...

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Watch Jimmy Fallon Play Super Mario on iPhone…

Jan. 12 can’t come soon enough for fresh details about the Nintendo Switch, but last night we got to see the Switch in action live on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Nintendo is starting to get serious about a marketing push for its next console launch. And just before we all settle ...

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Great Tech Deals Ahead of the Holidays…

Entrepreneur has an affiliate partnership with TechBargains so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The team at TechBargains is offering a number of deals that you can buy now and still get in time for the holidays. You can get Vizio’s highly rated 55″ M-Series TV ...

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Hacking Doomsday: Your Cyberattack Survival Checklist…

The Dyn attack caused a severe disruption of internet traffic to major sites, including many you may be familiar with, like Amazon, Reddit, Twitter, Tumblr, Verizon, Pinterest, Etsy, Spotify, PayPal, Comcast and even Playstation. The first attack was followed by at least two more. Back in 2012, there was a DDoS ...

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Web Giants to Cooperate on Removal of Extremist Content…

Web giants YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database. The companies will share “hashes” — unique digital fingerprints they automatically assign to videos or photos — of extremist content they have removed from their websites to ...

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